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Growth Now Movement is hosted by Entrepreneur and Public Speaker Justin Schenck and has been chosen by INC Magazine as a Top 8 podcast every Entrepreneur should follow. He sits down with top performers, celebrities, and entrepreneurs like Ed Mylett, Joel Marion, Sarah Centrella, and Andy Frisella! They then teach you how to implement things into your life for you to live your dreams!
 
My name is Dan Clouser. I am an author and a speaker. I founded and ran a nonprofit youth sports organization for 30 years called the Berkshire Baseball & Softball Club, which later became the BIG Vision Foundation. We ran teams, tournaments and a 130 acre sports complex. I loved every second of what I did. I loved working with kids and teaching them leadership skills and life lessons through sports and community service. I thought that I would have died doing what I loved.
 
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How do you create a movement? How do you change the world? For starters, you have to inspire your audience. If you can inspire people, you can motivate them in a new direction. A better path. While inspiration is not sustainable, it can be the spark to initiate growth. It can be the moment that changes someone’s life. But what inspires people? That…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I’m honored to sit down and talk with my good friend, Justin Schenck. I’ve known Justin for several years now and we’ve really become close over the past three years. We originally had a few “chance encounters” before being connected by a mutual friend who had recommended that he would be a…
 
Ever heard a voice that draws you in like a siren? My husband and I were out to dinner and went outside to enjoy the live music. There I see standing two mismatched men in style singing together. Between their voices and their "look" we were intrigued. Robby is one of the men that is Robby and Felix. They are so talented that in fact Robby shared a…
 
Chuck Balsamo returns to the podcast for a fourth time! In the past we've talked about hacking happiness, souring into the stratosphere, and finding your vision. But, this conversation has to be our most important yet! We discuss the power of top level relationships and how you can cultivate them for yourself so you can reach the next level in busi…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with my good friend, Jeff Potter. This is the second podcast that I’ve done with Jeff. We’ve known each other for over 12 years now and our common love for baseball, teaching kids life lessons through the game and giving back is what makes us such great friends. One of t…
 
When the stars align, you meet amazing people! Lowry is one of those people. He has such a great soul with a fun mission of creating power songs for those going through transitions. These are powerful affirmations that "put you in your body!" These songs turn off your bullshit detector! The song Lowry fell in love with so much on the first listen w…
 
What’s done in the dark will be brought to the light. How we spend those twilight hours, determines our destiny. All the practice we put in when no one is watching. All those early mornings when everyone else is sleeping. All those late-night hours staring at a screen. Those efforts pay off in the long run. While everyone else is watching Netflix, …
 
I'm back with a quick solo episode. I talk about how, in order to escape mediocrity, we have to embrace our fears and take a chance on ourselves. This world is designed for us to live abundantly, it's up to us to put in the work. Put in the work by grabbing your ticket to Growth Now Summit LIVE! Come surround yourself with the most amazing people a…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with my aunt, Sally King. When Sandy and I first decided to live in an RV full-time, my Aunt Sally reached out to us and told me that she had full hook-ups for us and we were welcome to stay with her whenever we wanted to. That eventually turned into us using her address…
 
Growing up as "Military brat," Christinna relates music to times and geographical places in her past. Christinna can remember her mother singing this song with so much emotion...this time in England. She loved the way her mother sang the word yonder and can still hear it every time this song, "Way Over Yonder," plays. Although Christinna grew up wi…
 
Jai is a premier body positive health and wellness educator and is using her training as a certified health coach and her degree in health administration to help women embrace body positivity and develop a love affair with themselves while achieving their health and wellness goals. Unlike other health coaches, Jai is able to help her clients succes…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with Jeff Woytovich, founder of the Children’s Alopecia Project. Jeff and I have known each other for a little over ten years now. He is one of my best friends and we share a passion for helping others, especially kids. Jeff started the Children’s Alopecia Project (CAP) …
 
One of the most recognizable riffs in history...those beginning notes to "My Girl." Justin is an accomplished singer and is part of a musically talented family. He's had some success in the music industry but has decided he wanted a life not dictated by his musical career. Check him out on popular music platforms. His parents exposed him to "My Gir…
 
This week I sit down with the WWE Hall of Famer, Diamond Dallas Page! Diamond Dallas Page is a Multiple Time World Heavy Weight Champion and creator of DDPY! In this episode we discuss his ability to overcome the odds to live the life he's wanted to design for himself. From getting into wrestling at an older age to performing his last match (includ…
 
“A Jack of all trades…” When we think of those who make a difference in the world, we think of people like Doctors who are out there saving lives. Working on the front lines. But in reality, all of us have the opportunity to make an impact, with everything we do. Even just doing little things well, each of us can make a difference to someone. You d…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with Anna Kimbrell, a member of U.S. Women’s National Baseball team. As we were mapping out our route on this leg of our journey, I realized that we’d be going through Anna Kimbrell’s neck of the woods. I had seen on Facebook that she had just started conducting some bas…
 
"Hello, how are you?" Do you ever struggle to answer this question? IF you are like me, I debate with being honest or just giving the canned answer of "Good!" I once had a gentleman responded "Blessed beyond what I deserve!" I loved it and it made me happy all day as I remembered our interaction. This song by Matthew West reminds us to not compare …
 
Crafting an extraordinary life is a process. Lifestyle design is an accumulation of small patterns of behavior that over time set the stage for great things to happen. Putting all the right things in place and keeping track of them has a long-reaching effect that magnifies the positive results it creates. Kind of like a flywheel, the momentum conti…
 
How will we act when we are re-introduced to the world, and we have to meet people face to face? This week, I sit-down with Riaz Meghji and we discuss that exact thing! Riaz is a human connection keynote speaker and author of the book “Every Conversation Counts: The 5 Habits of Human Connection That Build Extraordinary Relationships”. He is also an…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with another one of my former players, Stephen Sauer. Stephen was part of the pioneering Berkshire Red Sox teams. He joined the organization in its second year of existence, just after he graduated high school and while he was attending Kutztown University. He now reside…
 
Did you parent ever let you skip school just because? Kat's mom would pick her up and make her feel special by turning up "Believe" by Cher and taking her to the Mall of America. They'd get a little Chinese and hit up the Gap and Old Navy with her mom dressed head to toe in Big Dawn gear. Kat is my favorite DJ from St. Cloud MN. I listened to her f…
 
You may recognize Kelly Chase from Netflix's hit show Love is Blind, but what you may not realize is the amount of growth she has gone through since filming the show! In this episode, we talk about how she handled the instant fame the show brought into her life. How she has shifted her focus and her business and how she now helps women overcome bur…
 
Finish The Work "Overnight successes always take years." The Last 5% - Attention to Detail ​ In the 4th Key (Frame Your Future) we just got started. We started ugly. Things didn’t have to be perfect because they couldn’t. We were brand new to this game. We were just figuring it out. Winging it. You know, fake it til you make it. But as we continued…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with fellow full-time RVer and Berks County native, April Crossley. April and I have been friends on Facebook for several years, but have only really started to get to know one another last year when we found out that we were both getting ready to ditch the life that our…
 
Laura Folkes uses this song to feel re-empowered. After a life long battle with her weight she finally had it somewhat under control but recognized there was an emotional piece not working. She now works with others to identify their emotional relationships with food. Additionally she encourages her clients to put together a 4 song playlist. The la…
 
There’s a famous quote that says “90% of Life is just showing Up”. And its true. Just showing up consistently every day will differentiate you from most of the competition. But what happens when you can’t show up? What about when you get hurt? How do you show up when dealing with chronic issues of pain and suffering? The typical solutions have been…
 
Ricky is best known as the Heisman Trophy Winner and NFL Pro Bowl Running back who caused some waves when he start to speak out on the recreational use of marijuana, in which he turned to, to help with his social anxiety. In this episode, we talk about his journey to and from the NFL! How he is now a very gifted Astrologer and the CEO of the new As…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with my youngest grand-daughter, Lizze Croft. At 11 years old, she surpasses Ella Witman as the youngest guest that I’ve ever had on the show. One of the three main locations that we stay at when we come back to visit in Pennsylvania is at Lizze’s parents house. My daugh…
 
Do you remember the end of your Senior year? Will does, he remembers this song, "Everybody Wants to Rule the World", as he made his way from the East Coast to the West Coast with all his cousins and Uncle. They stayed in his Uncle's camper and saw the beautiful country we get to call home. This trip (that he was fortunate enough to make twice) help…
 
A Beachbody Super Trainer, Joel’s career in the health and fitness industry spans over 15 years. From running day-to-day operations in gyms across the Country to directing Group X programming at Gold's Gym SoCal and becoming an International Fitness Trainer - he's done it all. But Joel's passion has always been teaching and showing others how to li…
 
An Eye for Adventure with Aaron Joiner As a skater early on we develop an eye for finding street spots that would be ideal for showing off our latest tricks and grinds. In the early days, there were no parks or ready-made ramps available. You had to find your spots. Over time that eye for finding the best spots becomes automatic. To this day I stil…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with Phil and Shar Roos from, A Year to Volunteer. Phil and Shar are fellow full-time RVers. Phil retired from the Navy after a 36-year career. Shar retired from Insurance and Finance. After years of doing humanitarian and volunteer work in their careers, they found them…
 
The Legend from Jacksonville, FL...Mr. Al Pete...CEO of Mr. Peterson's Neighborhood Podcast Network, shared a song with me about life. "All in a Day" is a song that Al can relate to being a man that has experienced life as a young father, as a man with grown with his dreams, and has had his priorities change. He has put systems in place that allow …
 
Say Hello to Phillip Stutts for a third time! So honored to have him return to the show. Best-selling author Phillip Stutts comes from the cutthroat world of political and corporate marketing and has been described as a “marketing maverick reshaping business success using the secret formula that gets presidents elected.” Contributing to over 1,400 …
 
The journey of creating and launching a podcast is exciting and terrifying at the same time. Everyone has their own reason, mission or topic they want to share with the world. And we all go into it thinking we are going to enlighten and educate our audience. We are going to share our expertise with anyone who will listen. But through the journey we…
 
In this episode of The Journey of my Mother’s Son podcast, I sit down and talk with another one of my former players, Billy Hartranft. Bill is now a licensed professional counselor and sports consultant with Mind Matters Counseling. We talk about the importance of mental health in youth sports. In his practice, Bill utilizes a person-centered, evid…
 
Paul was such a gem to stumble upon! He has spent his life in the music world and met lots of famous people! He's a true red Liverpool Football so it would be natural that he would pick "You'll never walk alone" by Gerry and the Pacemakers because it's the anthem of the Liverpool Football team! The song has such great lyrics though that he knew he …
 
You may know Javon Johnson from the hit TV series by Tyler Perry called The Oval. But what you’ll find out about him in this episode is his heart and passion not only for his craft in theater and acting but for helping others as well. We talk about his company Bear Fruit Conservatory which is a non-profit school that provides high quality education…
 
Fighting Cancer is one of the toughest challenges any of us can experience. So many don’t survive that battle. But the more we learn about how to combat the disease we are also learning how our attitude and outlook can also impact that situation. So, when cancer decided to show up in Fitz Koehler, little did it know who it was messing with. Fitz Ko…
 
In this episode of “The Journey of My Mother’s Son” podcast, I sit down with my cousin, Debi Wade-Scavone. We talk about our parents and the importance of remembering our roots. When my Mom was traveling around the country, one of the things that was so important to her was being able to connect with her family and friends. This is one of the thing…
 
Danni-Jo, fellow podcaster among many other titles, chose the song "Breathe." It is by an artist out of Germany that I had never heard of and now will never forget! A song that reminds you to take a deep breath in the midst of all that is going on, that you are beautiful, and you can always make something out of nothing. “Breathe”: https://youtu.be…
 
Celebrity stylist and motherhood/fashion/lifestyle expert & TV Personality, Ali Levine believes that no matter where you roam, from the laundry room to the red carpet, authenticity is your superpower and “confidence is your best accessory.” Raised in the high-velocity fashion culture of New York City, a natural gift for style led Levine to opportun…
 
Predicting the Future of an industry is incredibly hard. Forecasting change automatically creates skeptics and doubters. Broadcasting that message is terrifying, no matter how certain you may be. But none the less we must cast ahead, trust our instinct, and drive our business toward the future. Sometimes we will get it right and reap the rewards. O…
 
The Irish lad is no stranger to the music world with his impressive history with music bands, radio, and the industry in general. But of course because they are a great band and from Ireland he ended up picking a U2 song. The song "Beautiful Day" reminds him of his love that left this Earth too soon. Rather than feel sorry for himself, Pearse hears…
 
Nate May is the best kept secret of multiple industries. As a dynamic, captivating, and well spoken thought leader - he has been leading the charge on change, all behind the curtains. He has helped shape the message, the voice, and the brand of some of the most well known speakers and influencers across multiple industries. But, you probably never …
 
As always on the Extraordinary podcast, we continue to fail our way forward. I always try to be transparent and give you guys a peek behind the scenes. Whether it's posting the uncut videos on YouTube or the preludes to our actual interview, my goal is for you to feel like you are part of the conversation. While I take pride in the quality of the p…
 
Jason has memories all the way back to age 5, in Texas, with grandpa playing this song when they were at the Casitas. Jason was a music/guitar teacher and loved to teach this song to his students. He always knew who had a true passion for music when they took to this song. He has played this song all throughout his life and it connects to all facet…
 
As you know on the EXTRAordinary Podcast, we seek out ordinary people living extraordinary lives. But what about those that have a hard time just being ordinary? What about the people who already face major challenges just to keep up? Can they live an extraordinary life? I believe so. I believe that just like each and every ordinary person has a un…
 
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